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Alcohol use linked to insomnia in youth

Alcohol use linked to insomnia in youth
November 22, 2017

Frequency of alcohol use was associated with insomnia among adolescents, according to recent findings.

“Parents, educators and therapists should consider insomnia to be a risk marker for alcohol use and alcohol use a risk marker for insomnia, among early adolescents,” Naomi Marmorstein, PhD, of Rutgers University, Camden, New Jersey, said in a press release.

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